the livery shop.

i love exploring neighbourhoods.

calgary is a still-developing city, so things can change pretty quickly – which makes it more interesting.

this even happens in established neighbourhoods like inglewood. while the structures are longstanding, the companies based out of them are not.

case in point: the livery shop.

the livery shop

the big red barn on 10 ave s.e., a heritage building, now acts as the work shop and retail outpost of CoutuKitsch and Camp Brand Goods.

the livery shopthe livery shopi first met Dorian and Kofi of CoutuKitsch while volunteering at Market Collective a few years ago, and became an instant fan of them (the sweetest couple!) and of the jewels. almost every day you’ll find some colour of sparkle stud earrings in my ‘lobes.

MC was also where i snuggled with my first Camp Brand Goods pullover. any brand that is based on comfort is a-ok in my books.

the livery shop the livery shop

having the home base allows us calgarians (and visitors, and stuff) to get our paws on their goodness when we want it. there is no waiting for an online order to ship or an artist market to happen; but you will have to wait until tuesday…this group just aren’t monday people.

the livery shop

the shop also features other curated products like fiasco marshmallows (and other stuff, but yum!) as well as pop-ups from local companies like annuel herbs and rhosyn floral.

the livery shop

i apologize in advance, since you’ll want to buy allthethings. also, you’re welcome!

the livery shop
have you visited the livery? what’s your favourite local shop if you’re not from yyc?

 

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